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How birth interventions affect babies’ health in the short and long term
Medical and surgical intervention during birth continues to rise in much of the world. Nearly one in three women who give birth in Australia have a caesarean section.
Expert highlights wider implications of the Australian cricket scandal
Catching senior Australian cricketers in the act of cheating has exposed its dark underbelly. Emeritus Professor David Rowe weighs in on the wider implications of the Australian cricket scandal.
Just not cricket: why ball tampering is cheating
Australian cricket is engulfed in scandal after TV cameras caught Cameron Bancroft attempting to manipulate the condition of the ball during the team’s third Test match against South Africa.
Airport link will amplify knowledge jobs along route
Western Sydney University welcomed the NSW Government’s announcement of the Western Sydney Parkland City draft road and rail infrastructure corridors.
Homeward Bound Scholarship the tip of the iceberg for WSU academic
A Western Sydney University academic has been selected for the prestigious Homeward Bound Scholarship which will culminate in a 20 day expedition to Antarctica.
World-first study links birth interventions and long-term childhood illness
A team of leading international researchers have found significant links between medical interventions used in the birthing process – such as caesarean section and induction – and a child’s long-term health.